Category Archives: reflections

An Infrequent Book Review

Between Two Gods: Trudy Harder Metzger A few months ago, I spent the better part of a night reading this book from cover to cover (if such a thing is really possible with an ebook). I read it for three … Continue reading

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Baseball Does it better

Timmy Brister hits a home run here. It is a sad commentary and indictment when little league baseball coaches are more successful and committed to training and developing boys into baseball players than disciple-makers are to making and maturing disciples … Continue reading

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Every Day Easter

Too often, we as a church forget that every day is Resurrection Sunday.  Too frequently, we forget that we have new life in His life.  Life looks different when, as the poem states below, we can confidently take hell captive. … Continue reading

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When you come, You will be His servant

CHRISTIAN: Hello, Death, my old enemy. My old slave-master. Have you come to talk to me again? To frighten me? I am not the person you think I am. I am not the one you used to talk to. Something … Continue reading

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When your busyness messes with God’s business

It’s the time of the year when we at FMC start looking for various volunteers to serve the church for the next year in capacities such as teachers, small group leaders etc. As I reflected on the time of the … Continue reading

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He is Near

We’ve just spent the past night camping at a little unserviced campground along the Cabot trail on Cape Breton Island. We woke up this morning to the sounds of an energetic woodpecker, the splashes of sea birds diving for fish, … Continue reading

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We ALL dreaded Sundays

I saw this last week, but this article really caught my attention. Still processing this, but a longer post is coming on this topic post Sunday. Read the whole article here The story has gone viral: A group got together … Continue reading

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